Amy Schneider, Jeopardy champion is a married lady! Page SixIt was reported that Schneider had married Genevieve Davis in May. The happy news was announced by the 40-game champ on Tuesday.
Schneider posted a photo she took with Davis on their wedding day. As they are wearing white dresses and flower crowns, the couple is seen sharing a sweet embrace. Schneider captioned the photo, writing that they had “a wonderful time together.” “small private ceremony at the Alameda County Recorder”On May 9 She wrote that they plan to still have a bigger ceremony with their friends, but that they weren’t ready to wait until next year to make their union official.
“We will still be having a traditional wedding & reception next summer, but our lives have been much too busy this year to get very far in planning it, and we couldn’t wait that long to proclaim our love and commitment to each other,”Schneider wrote. “Thank you, everyone for your support!”Jeopardy champion also shared the moment on her Instagram Story and wrote to her followers. “yep, we did it!”
Schneider shared more details about the ceremony on Twitter. Schneider shared more details about their ceremony on Twitter. “to fulfill a dream.”Her impressive running record has made her life full of excitement. JeopardySchneider wrote, May 9, when she married Davis, was her favorite day. Schneider wrote. “Without her, none of the other good days would have happened. I’m so lucky to share my life with her!”
The JeopardyAn announcement about the personality Her engagement to Davis was in February. Schneider shared a photo of Schneider and her husband wearing matching diamond rings, captioning it with the words “I propose to you.” The caption she wrote for the love-filled snap was, “I couldn’t be happier or more proud to be marrying the very best person in the entire world, and I’m so glad to be sharing my life with her. It’s great to be able to introduce her to people as ‘Genevieve, my fiancée.'” JeopardySchneider is well-known to fans for her 40 wins and nearly $1.4 million in earnings. Schneider also achieved the second spot on Ken Jennings’ all-time consecutive wins list and was the first transgender contestant in the Tournament of Champions. She will be competing against Matt Amodio, Mattea Roach and others.